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An incredible queen's pawn game.

Post by HangingKing on January 21st 2010, 4:16 pm

Here is a game i played today against a much streonger opponent, he was 2140.
Today i performed quite good at 1750 but i loose 100 points after 5 losts in a row, then i faced this player.

I like this game, because i manage to get a wonderful position out of nowhere, and i almost mated him in less 25 moves, unfortunately i went wrong. The ideas were good, but i tilted and missed my chance.
The game is incredible in the sense the stronger player did no mistake, except just one, which was a trap !
And even if he would not take Qxd5 my position is still healthy.


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Re: An incredible queen's pawn game.

Post by Tweety on January 21st 2010, 6:33 pm

Hi, interesting sacrifice, sorry you couldn't finished it. You missed a quicker chance to kill him off. Instead of 16. ... - Qh4 I think 16. ... - Qf6 threats an avoidable mate on the next move. If Rh2 - Qf1 mate anyway. Better luck next time
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Re: An incredible queen's pawn game.

Post by hoopy on January 21st 2010, 7:10 pm

Tweety wrote:Hi, interesting sacrifice, sorry you couldn't finished it. You missed a quicker chance to kill him off. Instead of 16. ... - Qh4 I think 16. ... - Qf6 threats an avoidable mate on the next move. If Rh2 - Qf1 mate anyway. Better luck next time

only had quick look. does bg2 hold the position just
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Re: An incredible queen's pawn game.

Post by HangingKing on January 21st 2010, 8:15 pm

Yep, you're right, Qf6 is simpler, and Bg2 holds the position a little longer but not much.

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Re: An incredible queen's pawn game.

Post by Tweety on January 22nd 2010, 7:42 am

Ok let's see, after Bg2 follows this: Bg2 - Qf2, Kh2 - Qg3, Kg1 - Rf1, Kf1 - Qf2 mate. Not mate in one as I wrote on my previous post.
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Re: An incredible queen's pawn game.

Post by hoopy on January 22nd 2010, 3:03 pm

Tweety wrote:Ok let's see, after Bg2 follows this: Bg2 - Qf2, Kh2 - Qg3, Kg1 - Rf1, Kf1 - Qf2 mate. Not mate in one as I wrote on my previous post.

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